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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Cotton Vespasian A.XXV
Number 380-1
1.   ff. 66-119v   All that will leally live in land
The Rule of St Benedict — 2516 lines in couplets
Number 624-1
2.   f. 126v   As I sat upon a straw
A carol lacking first and sixth stanzas — six quatrains (abab) and 2-line burden (bb): ‘Newes newes newes newes / Ye never herd so many newes’
Number 1542-1
3.   ff. 131v-132v   God against nature three wonders hath wrought
A theological carol about the Incarnation — seven 9-line stanzas plus burden: ‘By reason of two & poore of one / This tyme god & man was set at one’
Number 2869-12
4.   f. 171   Jesu lord that madest me / And with thy blessed blood hast bought
Richard de Caistre’s hymn — twelve quatrains
Number 4105-3
5.   ff. 172-177v   O ye creatures that be reasonable
Dance of Macabre
Number 2702-1
6.   ff. 178-179   It befell at Martinmass
Ballad of the battle of Crecrynbroghe(?)—thirty 4-line stanzas with refrain, ‘Syck sicke & totowe sike / & sicke & like to die / the sikest nighte that euer I abode / god lord haue mercy on me’